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Saturday, August 27, 2022

City of Boston funding updates

 

CITY of BOSTON

The Funding Update


National Institutes of Health, 10/28/2022
Fostering Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health Among Children in School Settings: Opportunities for Multisite Trials of Complementary and Integrative Health Interventions. Max award: $500,000.

Federal funding opportunities are continuously updated on grants.gov


STATE GRANTS

Massachusetts Service Alliance, 9/26/2022
Youth Development Volunteer Initiative grants will provide matching funds up to $10,000 for capacity-building by nonprofits and Volunteer Connector Organizations. Applicants are encouraged to submit their Intent to Apply by 9/9/ 2022. 

New This Week:


City of Lawrence, 9/8/2022
Seeking proposals for Consulting Services for Earned Autonomy Phase 4 work.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, 9/19/2022
Seeking a Communications Consultant for the Franklin County/North Quabbin HEALing Communities Study.

Town of Freetown, 9/29/2022
Update feasibility study of town buildings, assess space needs, analyze the feasibility of rehabilitation, reuse, consolidation or reconstruction of those buildings and create conceptual design scenarios to meet town needs using existing and/or new buildings.

Brookline Housing Authority, 9/30/2022
Seeking proposals for comprehensive supportive services at five properties designated for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities. WBE/MBE encouraged to apply.

State Lottery Commission, 1/31/2025
Reposted for rolling enrollment by Massachusetts law firms and individual attorneys to provide legal services for matters involving the various divisions within the Lottery.


Scroll down to "Important Links" on CommBUYS to see Newly Posted Bids.


CITY GRANTS

Boston Housing Authority, 9/2/2022
Inviting applications for a digital storytelling/art history project at Mildred C. Hailey Apartments. Max award: $20,000. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  


Bids are updated continuously on the City of Boston Supplier Portal.


FOUNDATION GRANTS

National Endowment for Democracy, 9/14/2022
Grants (average: $50,000) support non-governmental organizations dedicated to advancing democratic goals and strengthening democratic institutions.

Artadia, 9/15/2022
Artadia Awards winners will receive unrestricted funds of $10,000 and access to the Artadia Network, which offers structured opportunities for valuable new connections and resource sharing, and  a dedicated webpage on Artadia’s online Artist Registry. 

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 9/16/2022
Fellowships are awarded annually to mid-career individuals who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or creative ability in the arts and exhibit great promise for their future endeavors.

American Bar Endowment, 9/23/2022
The Opportunity Grant supports nonprofit programs, projects or services that focus on the advancement of social justice and legal assistance in communities across the country. 

Cigna Foundation, 9/26/2022
Funding focus: mental health. Applicants must align their funding request with the Community Health Implementation Plan for their community. Awards range from $50,000 to $100,000 per year for 3 years, max. 

Youth Service of America, 9/30/2022
The goal of the 50by250 campaign is to increase youth participation rates in volunteering and service, voting and civic engagement, and joining and leadership to at least 50% by America's Semiquincentennial on July 4, 2026. Max award: $5,000.

Gratis Foundation, 9/30/2022
Funding priorities: assisting US military personnel and family, Animal Advocacy, Food Pantries. 

Herman and Frieda L. Miller Foundation, Open
Miller Innovation Fund grants will support work targeting the most vulnerable such as those affected by homelessness, domestic violence, immigration or refugee status, disability, addiction and mental illness, former incarceration or old age, and similar populations; and/or those excluded from or challenged to obtain health services access, vaccine access, or economic relief. Begin the application process by speaking with a program officer.

Christopher Reynolds Foundation, Open
The Foundation is currently considering work relating to climate justice; climate resilience and adaptation; and ecosystem health and integrity in the face of unraveling global systems. Begin the application process by writing a description of your work. 

Schrafft Charitable Trust, Open                  Funding priorities: education and cultural enrichment of youth ages 6 to 18 in under-resourced neighborhoods of the city of Boston. Awards range from $5,000 to $30,000.


Check the Funding Update Archives for back issues with open deadlines.


THE RESOURCE TABLE

BLUE BIKES ARE FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME

Free 30-day passes are available during the closure of the Orange and Green Lines, beginning 8/19/2022. To get a pass, click here or use the mobile app.

All trips up to 45 minutes will be free. You are responsible for any overage fees or lost bikes.



New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund

NCF is a funding and support resource for Black, Latino, and Indigenous entrepreneurs, innovators, and nonprofits. To learn more about their FY23 grant-making strategy and ask questions, you can register for an information session on September 7, September 20, October 13, or October 17.



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